Wines of distinction have been crafted at Colomé in the Upper Calchaquí Valley in the Salta region since 1831. Torrontés is Argentina’s flagship native white grape, which reaches its highest expression in this region. This area has a special micro-climate of great thermal amplitude and intense solar exposure on where vineyards grow at altitudes of between 1700 and 3100 metres. Due to these conditions, grapes develop a unique aromatic expression and are made into fresh wines of great acidity. Grapes are grown at our La Brava vineyard estate at 1700 metres, which is considered the best altitude for this variety.
Torrontés offers the floral notes of roses, the citrus aroma of grapefruit and a spicy hint. In the mouth it is fresh, round and well-bodied with a long, elegant finish.